Steve Agg is to retire as chief executive of the Chartered Institute for Transport and Logistics (CILT). After almost 10 years in the role, Agg will step down at the end of December this year. His replacement is yet to be determined, but CILT said the selection process is underway and that it hopes to have made an appointment by autumn. In February this year CILT appointed senior traffic commissioner Beverly Bell as its president, which is thought to be […]
Whatever their personal opinion of the traffic commissioners (TCs), most operators would agree they collectively perform a vital role in keeping the public and industry safe from rogue operators. But one commissioner in particular, Beverley Bell, was among the first to attempt to change the way the TCs are portrayed, and as she prepares to step down from her role and hand over to East of England TC Richard Turfitt, has helped shape the way the transport industry is regulated.
The launching of a criminal investigation without first holding a public inquiry (PI) into Commercial Vehicle Solutions (CVS) “stinks”, according to the defence counsel for two of the company’s directors.
Former Norbert employee Kevin Richardson has been confirmed as CILT chief executive Steve Agg’s replacement.